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|Title:||A Study on Variable Control of Sound Vibration Form (SVF) for Media Art Creation|
Zhao, Liang https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0869-7896 (unconfirmed)
|Author's alias:||龐, 宇年|
sound vibration form
|Journal title:||2017 International Conference on Culture and Computing|
|Abstract:||Media arts created utilizing sound vibration have a big visual impact to audiences. One of the well-known artworks created by one of the authors, Naoko Tosa, is "Sound of Ikebana, " which combined physical phenomenon, sound shape computing, and traditional Japanese flower arrangement culture. The method she used to create the artwork is Sound Vibration Form (SVF), which uses sound vibration as the energy source to let pigment or other materials jump up from speaker, and be shot by a high-speed camera of 2000 frame/sec.In order to create appropriate shapes using SVF, we need to control key parameters such as sound frequency, the shape of sound, paint quantity, paint viscosity, type of materials, etc. We have carried out various experiments of SVF by changing these parameters and have analyzed how the changes of these parameters create various shapes. We believe that SVF could support artists to create high-quality artworks and therefore would become an art creation support tool.|
|Description:||2017 International Conference on Culture and Computing Culture and Computing 2017, Kyoto, Japan, 10-12 September 2017.|
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